According to multiple unnamed sources, Clinton has been confiding to close pals that Obama is "the worst President ever" and his presidency is a "sinking ship" that is "taking the Democratic party and the country down with him," and when Obama confronted him on the comments, Clinton looked him in the eye and said; "Yes, it's a fact." The Globe reports: "At that point, the source adds, Obama went ballistic and told the ex-Prez; 'Then you are a racist and no different than the rest of them.'"
And charges of racism against Clinton by Team Obama have not gone away. As recent as January of 2010, Al Sharpton played the race card against Clinton in reference to Obama on the Sean Hannity show, and the ongoing onslaught of accusations is clearly getting under Clinton's skin. In September of 2009, Clinton even went so far as to defend conservatives against slanderous accusations by former-President Jimmy Carter that racism drives Obama's opponents: "I believe that 100 percent of those who are opposing him now would be against him if he were a white Democrat."
And while the media perpetually attempts to sugar-coat Obama's falling poll numbers, it is secretly and widely acknowledged, even from within Obama's inner circle, that his presidency is a "sinking ship." Fox News Political analyst, Pat Caddell, a life-long Democratic operative recently stated: "He's [Obama] in deep trouble" and added, "Even if he wins, he can't govern." Previously, Caddell went on record to say what is now, only a whisper in the corridors of power in Washington; namely, that Obama should announce that he is not going to seek a second term: “Obama should announce immediately that he will not be a candidate for reelection in 2012." Caddell added that Obama “has largely lost the consent of the governed.”
And polling numbers only drive the point home. A recent Associated Press poll indicates that 52 percent of Americans believe "Obama should be voted out of office" and only 43 percent believe Obama deserves reelection. Interestingly, when Time Magazine reported the poll results, the editors spun the results and reported in the article’s headline that Obama's reelection chances were "50-50." The Associated Press, in its reporting, also editorialized the results claiming that for "the first time" a majority of adults "believe that Obama should be voted out of office.”
But it's not the "first time." Back in April of 2010, CNN reported that "52 percent said the President does not deserve to be re-elected, while 44 percent said that he does" and while Obama's poll numbers go up and down, they have trended dangerously low over the past two years and the liberal media is doing everything in its power to spin what is becoming a foregone conclusion.
The recent resurgence of the Obama-Clinton feud doesn't help matters for Obama. It's no secret that Hillary Clinton, even if Obama pulls off a miracle and wins reelection, will not serve another term as Secretary of State and abandonment by the Clintons will certainly mean that Obama will have difficulty in raising the one billion dollars that he anticipates putting into his campaign coffers.
And now that the man behind the curtain has been exposed, will the media continue to go to bat for Obama or will the media honestly investigate stories that have remained hidden for far too long such as the accusations of crack smoking homosexuality from Larry Sinclair, the Rev. Wright and Bill Ayers connections and the credibleaccusations from a number of graphics experts that Obama's long-form birth certificate is indeed forged? Only time will tell.